Panamax says the units’ Linear Noise Filtration eliminates common symptoms of contaminated power, including loss of detail, pops, hisses, hums and visual artifacts. For moderately sized systems, the MR4300 offers Linear Level 3 Noise Filtration, while the MR5100 features Linear Level 4 Noise Filtration for a high level of performance even in noise-prone systems. Both units provide multiple isolation banks and Linear Filtering Technology (LiFT) for incredible overall A/V performance.
The MR4300 features nine surge-protected outlets, eight on the rear panel plus a front-panel convenience outlet, while the MR5100 features 11 surge-protected outlets — 10 on the rear panel plus a front-panel convenience outlet — in addition to dedicated coaxial, telephone, and LAN pass-through protection ports on both units. Providing complete power protection from all varieties of power anomalies, AVM circuitry disconnects the power in unsafe conditions and automatically reconnects it when safe power returns. The MR5100 includes power sequencing of two outlet banks during start-up and shutdown, preventing damaging speaker thumps and tripped circuit breakers. For enhanced performance from audio equipment, each model is equipped with one high-current outlet bank containing four outlets.
The units can go on a shelf, in a cabinet, or in a rack. The 1-RU MR4300 may be mounted with an optional rack-mount kit (sold separately), while the 2-RU MR5100 ships with the optional rack-mount kit included.
The MR4300 and MR5100 will be available in late this month at MSRPs of $299.95 and $439.95, respectively.
To see all the specs, click here: